The blocked Plum Brook Road Bridge in NY
Plum Brook Road Bridge is a closed bridge over the Muscoot Reservoir, located in northern Westchester County, New York, in USA. It’s one of the most spectacular bridges in the world.
The bridge carried the Plum Brook Road. The bridge was built in 1904 and rehabilitated in 1942. In June of 1996, the bridge was restricted to one-lane, one-way traffic and limited to vehicles weighing five tons or less. Finally, in 1998 the bridge was closed to all vehicles due to unsafe conditions.
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